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Case: Cacic Dragisa
16 March 2016

Another Attempt at Expert Evaluation of Witness in Rogatica Crimes Trial

The district court of Eastern Sarajevo ordered a new expert evaluation of the injured party at the trial of three defendants charged with crimes Rogatica. According to the charges, the injured party was wounded and his father was killed by the defendants.

18 November 2015

New Examination of Injured Party’s Health Ordered at Cacic and Motika Trial

The district court of Eastern Sarajevo accepted a proposal by the defense to order a new expert examination of the injured party at the trial of Dragisa Cacic, Milenko Cacic and Vojo Motika. The defendants have been charged with war crimes in Rogatica.
14 October 2015

Neuropsychiatrist Presents Findings on Witness at Cacic and Motika Trial

Testifying at the retrial of Dragisa Cacic, Milenko Cacic and Vojo Motika, a court expert said an injured party in the case was capable of testifying. The defendants have been charged with war crimes in Rogatica. The trial is being held at the district court of Sarajevo.
22 September 2015

Re-Examination of Court Expert Ordered in Cacic and Motika Case

A status conference established that a court expert testifying for the district prosecution of Eastern Sarajevo would testify again at the retrial of Dragisa Cacic, Milenko Cacic and Vojo Motika.

17 December 2014

Reading or Hearing Testimonies

During a status conference held prior to the beginning of the retrial for Rogatica crimes a proposal is made not to invite witnesses and Prosecution’s experts, except neurologist and psychiatrist Alma Bravo-Mehmedbasic, to testify again.

7 October 2014

Verdict of Release Quashed

The Supreme Court of Republika Srpska quashes a verdict, under which Dragisa Cacic, Milenko Cacic and Vojo Motika were acquitted of all charges for crimes against the civilian population in Rogatica in 1992.

24 March 2014

Bosnian Serbs Acquitted of Rogatica Killing and Torture

Three men alleged to have been Bosnian Serb soldiers were acquitted of killing a Bosniak man and torturing his teenage son outside a village near Rogatica in 1992.
10 March 2014

Jail Urged for Killing in Bosnia’s Rogatica

Prosecutors called for the conviction of three former Bosnian Serb soldiers for killing a Bosniak villager and torturing his teenage son near Rogatica in 1992.
17 February 2014

Found Dead on the Road

Testifying for the District Prosecution in Eastern Sarajevo at the trial for crimes in Rogatica, an additional witness recalls August 8, 1992, when her husband was killed and twelve-year old son wounded.
10 February 2014

Presentation of Defence’s Evidence Completed

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Rogatica, a Defence witness says that, in 1993 indictee Vojo Motika was a guard in “Rasadnik” detention camp, where Bosniaks were detained and from which they were taken to other locations to perform forced labour.

3 February 2014

Reconnaissance Team Taking a Child with Them

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Rogatica, five Defence witnesses say that they heard or saw soldiers, who assessed the terrain in August 1992, pass Starcici village accompanied by a boy, but that indictees Dragisa and Milenko Cacic did not participate in that.

23 December 2013

Six Witnesses Appear in Vain

The examination of six witnesses at the trial for crimes in Rogatica before the District Court in Eastern Sarajevo has been postponed due to the absence of the Prosecutor.

21 October 2013

Indictee Drunk

The District Court in Eastern Sarajevo decides to postpone the continuation of the trial for crimes in Rogatica after the Trial Chamber Chairwoman determined that indictee Vojo Motika was not capable of following the trial, because he was visibly drunk.

7 October 2013

Unknown Soldiers Took a Boy Away

Testifying at the trial for crimes committed in Rogatica before the District Court in Eastern Sarajevo, Defence witnesses say that unknown soldiers escorted a boy from Starcici village.

8 July 2013

Witness under Severe Trauma

Testifying at the trial for crimes in Rogatica, a court expert in psychiatry says that witness Meho Dzananovic experienced a severe trauma in 1992, but he is capable of testifying.